FB series high-efficiency flood light, adjustable bracket, suitable for mounting on the side of basketball court for basketball court lighting, optional symmetrical and asymmetrical optical lenses, high uniformity, low glare, meet basketball court lighting standards; toolless designed for easy maintenance and future upgrades.
Wide power range: 20W~240W
Luminaire efficacy: Up to 170 lm /w
70% energy saving, short ROI period
Up to 100, 000hrs @ L70, low maintenance cost
World class, approbated quality components (LEDs /Driver /etc.)
Buckle design makes it very easy for further maintenance
Equip with vent to avoid internal fogging and frosting
High-pressure die-cast aluminum and Tempered glass cover
Wide choice of optics to suit more applications (asymmetrical and symmetrical)
1500 hours salt spray test report.
|LED Brand||Lumileds 3030/5050|
|Driver Brand||Meanwell or Inventronics|
|Lamp Rated Luminous Efficiency||150-160 lm/w|
|Lamp Rated Lumen output||27000-28800 lm (Lumen tolerance +/- 5%)|
|Color Rendering Index||70( 80 optional）|
|Color Temperature||3000 or 4000 or 5000 or 5700K|
|Optic (IESNA)||25°, 60°, 90°, 120°, or Asymmetrical|
|Optimal Operating Temperature||25°|
|Total Harmonic Distortion||<10%|
|Lumen Maintenance||>100000 hours -L70, @25 ºC (77 ºF)|
|Wind Index||Force 12|
|Body||Die-cast aluminum Housing and Tempered glass|
|Mounting Type||Bracket mounted|
|Protection||Class I ( Class II optional)|
|SPD||10KV (20KV optional)|
|Dimming Options||1-10V or DALI or PWM or Timer|
|Available on request||Photocell, Motion sensor, NTC, OLC, Solar Compatible, DALI Dimming|
Why is LED being used to replace metal halide and halogen lighting on basketball courts?
LEDs have a longer lifespan
Appropriate Indoor basketball court floodlighting lower your operating and maintenance costs. It is because LED lights do not need to be replaced as often. If you have a contemporary metal halide installed, you will see that its life duration is quite limited. Furthermore, after a few months to a year of usage, you will notice a noticeable decline in brightness. Nonetheless, LED has a life period of 80,000 hours, or 30 years if used for 6 to 7 hours every day.
Metal halide has a life lifetime that is about 5 times that of LED, while halogen has a life span that is 10 times that of LED. As a result, switching to LED saves you time and money on maintenance.
Improved Heat Sink System
Heat buildup within the lamp body wreaks havoc on the sporting floodlights. We place a high value on enhancing LED heat dissipation since excellent thermal management may improve luminary performance (such as higher brightness and life span). The picture above shows that our LED lights feature thick aluminum fins that offer a significant surface area for heat transmission. The excellent heat sink, especially for indoor low bay basketball court lighting, enables the LED luminaires to survive longer. This is due to the fact that the accumulated high temperature would hasten lumen deterioration.
Such a sophisticated design is uncommon in HID and halogen lamps.
LED Lights that Save Energy
Our LED lights contain ultra brilliant chips in addition to a long life cycle and an excellent heat sink. LEDs have an energy efficiency of 140 lm/W, which is double that of metal halide lamps. As a result, after replacing the 1000 watt metal halide LED, you may save 50% on energy costs while retaining the same brightness.
What are the Class I, II, and III of Basketball Court Competitions?
According to FIBA, there are 3 sports lighting classes.
Class I: It describes the top-class, international, or national basketball matches such as NBA, NCAA Tournament, and FIBA World Cup. The lighting system should be compatible with broadcasting requirements.
Class II: The example of a class II event is a regional competition. The lighting standard is less vigorous as it usually involved non-televised events.
Class III: Recreational or training events.
How many lumens does a basketball court need?
Residential, recreational, commercial, and professional outdoor basketball courts all need a unique lighting design and standard. According to the basketball lighting guideline, backyard and leisure events need around 200 lux. Given that a conventional basketball court is 4700 square feet (437 square meters), we need around 200 lux x 437 = 87400 lumens. Then how many abilities are required to illuminate the basketball floor, stand, and hoop? Given that our LED light produces 130 lumens per watt, we need a minimum of 87400 / 130 = 672 watts LED. However, this is merely a rough estimate. If you have any queries, please contact our lighting designers and engineers by completing the contact form.
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